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Welcome to a special issue brought to you by the exceptional staff of the World Bank Türkiye! It is both a pleasure and an honor to showcase their insights in TPQ. In "Addressing Climate Change in Türkiye: An Opportunity For A More Sustainable and Resilient Future," we delve into the pivotal role of green finance in Türkiye's journey towards sustainability. This issue explores how the intersection of resilience and decarbonization is shaping Türkiye's future. As we navigate these crucial themes, we invite you to explore the strategies and innovations that promise a resilient, green Türkiye. We hope to have the World Bank's insighftful contributions on such important matters to continue in the future years as well.

We invite you to delve deeper into the various facets of this special edition of TPQ, titled 'Addressing Climate Change in Türkiye: An Opportunity For A More Sustainable and Resilient Future.' On behalf of Transatlantic Policy Quarterly, I would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all the dedicated contributors who invested substantial time and effort into this endeavor. The TPQ team thoroughly enjoyed the process of curating this exceptional edition, and we are immensely grateful for the invaluable support provided by our new partner, the World Bank. Special recognition goes to our esteemed corporate sponsor, Tüpraş. We would also like to express our appreciation to our other sponsors, including Beko, Ford, Gordon-Blair, Kalekim, TEB, The Ritz-Carlton, Turcas, Uluslararası İlişkiler Dergisi, and Yapı Kredi for their unwavering support.

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Foreword Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, or the BRICS nations, are living proof of how power and influence are constantly changing in the world's politics and economy. Redefining their positions within the global system and laying the groundwork for a multilateral world order that aims to challenge the traditional dominance of Western economies and institutions, the BRICS countries have...